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The tricky thing about moving a Time Machine backup from a local hard drive to a remote server (or vice-versa) is that Time Machine uses a native HFS+ partition directly for local backups, but when backing up to a server over AFP, it creates a "sparsebundle" disk image. You can use Disk Utility to make a sparsebundle image of an HFS+ partition, and then put ...
If you use Terminal, it's easy. https://jwopitz.wordpress.com/2014/02/07/easy-way-to-delete-a-sparsebundle-from-time-machine/
If you're just wanting to delete specific files, not the whole back-up, then you want to Enter Time Machine on the source machine and once the interface has loaded (give it a moment to mount your back up drives if they're network drives) navigate to the folder/item you want to remove. Select this item and then go to the 'Task' menu at the top of the Finder ...
try loooking at port 61582 in the firewall / TM controller Does that show as closed ? or at the very least does dmesg or your networking log(s) show anything to the same?
To prevent indexing your external drive, you can add it to Privacy rule in Spotlight (System Preferences).
I had the exact same issue after restoring from a Time Machine backup. I had to completely reinstall MySQL to fix it as my /usr/local/mysql/data/mysql directory was corrupted. I followed these steps: Moved com.mysql.mysql.plist out of /Library/LaunchDaemons Moved my old mysql installation out of /usr/local into /tmp Downloaded latest version of MySQL ...
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